Sony to shut down PlayStation studio PixelOpus | The Express Tribune

Sony’s PixelOpus studio will be shut down on June 02 after being functional for almost nine years.

Founded in 2014, PixelOpus is a small in-house studio within PlayStation Studios and was known for two of its games, Entwined and Concrete Genie.

As per Engadget, a representative said, “PlayStation Studios regularly evaluates its portfolio and the status of studio projects to ensure they meet the organisation’s short and long-term strategic objectives. As part of a recent review process, it has been decided that PixelOpus will close on June 2.”

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The announcement was made on Twitter.

The shutdown surprised the audience as the studio was reportedly working on a new PS5 game with Sony Pictures Animation.

Despite the studio’s shutdown, Concrete Genie is available on the PlayStation Store for $30.

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